What is the ADA height requirements for wall mounted fire extinguishers?
Face shield in addition to goggles. Leather gloves and aprons. Cotton clothing (most man made fibers melt and stick to your skin) Long hair tied back Tongs to pick up hot objects or containers. A hard non burnable surface to set hot objects on. Have fire extinguisher available (and know how to use it)
Okay I am going to try to describe this correctly. I have a dresser with three rows. The top row has two smaller drawers. One drawer is the onesies and socks, the other is the blankets that I change her diaper on. The second row is a full drawer I put the outfits together and stack them on top of each other in stacks of four or five. The bottom drawer is her pajamas. Her dresses, coats, and summer dresses are hanging in the closet. Good luck because I have organized about 20 different ways.